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PATRIOT ART ARTIST JOHN PALLISER

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Artist & illustrator John Palliser veteran badge

“British Heritage or Patriotic Art is the interpretation of Patriotism, or our nation’s history in patriotic art. This includes paintings which depict our nation’s struggles, the freedom achieved and our fight to protect it. Our national patriotic identity to motivate, to inspire with the hope and encourage future generations to develop patriotic feelings in themselves, inspiring British people to work & fight for the nation’s defence, continuing prosperity & growth. Patriotic Art can cover Civil War Art, or Art related to our nation’s freedom movements, battles and wars, stories of the freedom, great fighters who sacrificed their blood & lives, encapsulated in our historical events and our country’s glory
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 John works out of the North East of England, having travelled widely over the course of a long career of military service with The Royal Engineers & Royal Military Police. Working as an artist for over thirty years he established “Patriot Art“ in 2010. The passion that he has brought to his work over this time runs visibly through each piece that he produces. Born in the South of England, John first established himself painting 3D murals in homes, Hotels, restaurants and corporate buildings, later creating paintings of the various canal-ways throughout the Midlands. For much of his early career he specialised, with much success, in depicting the evocative seascapes and landmarks of North Norfolk.

 

More recently, his work has taken on an increasingly symbolic aspect, with his deep-felt sense of patriotism and loyalty to his country coming very much to the fore. Along with his ardent love of Britain, John’s work celebrates the values that are central to British life and the British character, such as decency, honesty, courage and a dogged determination to succeed. John uses his artwork as a means of communicating his feelings across a broad range of issues and feels that his paintings provide the perfect medium to do this, using them as his own “voice” with which to speak. John is avid supporter of many service & Autism charities.

 
His work explores the sacrifices of war, as well as its glory and its folly. John believes that those who have experienced  conflict &  warfare are permanently altered by it’s impact, and that the spirit of loyalty and willingness to fight in order to protect one’s values last with a serviceman until their death. John believes fervently that the greatest human values are passed from one generation to another most effectively through family and tradition. These are themes that run palpably throughout his work.  You may remember his controversial award-winning work of the 1980s, featured in Stevenage Gordon Craig Gallery, which drew widespread media attention. John, who grew up surrounded by art, dedicated his recent return to artistic life to his late father. H.H. Palliser was a accomplished Norfolk Artista his style  has greatly influenced John’s own.  John has  spent his lifetime developing a unique style, combining the contemporary-simplistic and traditional art aesthetics; a style which has greatly influenced John’s own.

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 Art has always been a big part of his life.  The passion that he has brought to his work over this time runs visibly through each piece that he produces. Born in the South of England, John Palliser first established himself painting 3D murals in homes, Hotels, restaurants and corporate buildings, later creating paintings of the various canal-ways throughout the midlands. For much of his early career he specialised, with much success, in depicting the evocative seascapes and landmarks of North Norfolk. More recently, his work has taken on an increasingly symbolic aspect, with his deep-felt sense of patriotism and loyalty to his country coming very much to the fore. Along with his ardent love of Britain, John’s work celebrates the values that are central to British life and the British character, such as decency, honesty, courage and a dogged determination to succeed. John uses his artwork as a means of communicating his feelings across a broad range of issues and feels that his paintings provide the perfect medium to do this, using them as his own “voice” with which to speak  As a person who has grown to hate all forms of violence  but as a realist much of John’s recent work communicates his belief , that war & conflict are an inevitable fact of human nature giving us our most important developments  and advancements . War provides the perfect backdrop for John’s work, as it is here where life is at its most intense, where true bravery comes to the fore surrounded by images of deep depravity and horror. John’s thought-provoking work examines the intensity of the life of servicemen, questioning the position of warfare in modern life and the in development of civilisation as it stands today. It has been said that John’s work is most fully appreciated by those who have served in the military or who have experienced warfare themselves. His work explores the sacrifices of war, as well as its glory and folly. John believes that those who have experienced warfare are permanently altered by it and the spirit of loyalty and willingness to fight to protect one’s values last with a serviceman until their death. John believes fervently that the greatest human values are passed from one generation to another most effectively through family and tradition. These are themes that run throughout his work

John Palliser
In the  ‘80s, his first controversial award-winning work was, featured in Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Gallery which drew much media attention. Growing  up surrounded by art, he has dedicating his  painting to his late father, HH Palliser John started painting professionally from the 80s ,he took the Queens shilling and for the next nine years found himself serving as a Royal Engineer then a Royal Military Police non-commissioned officer in the British Army around the world continuing his love of art and creating work when ever the opportunity arose  ie he had a cartoon strip” Capt. Dekhlia” in the BFPS Cyprus 1980.) During this time in Germany during the cold war and on active service in the troubles in Northern Ireland.  he had contact with official war artists and it was not long before, capturing his own experiences in paint. Also Over the years he has perfected his style of combining both classical and the modern and his works hang proudly in homes and military messes all over the world. in the late 80′s He worked in the Midlands painting Murals in  restaurants, homes & businesses and later made a living painting seascapes around the North Norfolk Coast. His work has also been featured by the BBC  he was part of a documentary on Trimingham North Norfolk filmed for channel 4. His work has also been recognized by people like the Duke of Buccleuch. His work now hangs around the world 

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